(Connersville, IN)--After the entire Carbon Motors fiasco, Whitewater Valley residents will likely view a major jobs announcement with skepticism. But, signs are pointing toward a project at the former Visteon plant in Connersville that could create a thousand new jobs. Connersville Mayor Leonard Urban talked about the development at Monday’s meeting of the Connersville City Council. Urban said that he and City Attorney Jon Baker spent last Friday afternoon finalizing an agreement between the city and the company. The company has not been publically identified, but a memorandum of understanding is in place between that company and the city. Urban has called for meetings on Monday of the City Council, Board of Works, and Redevelopment Commission to take necessary action on the agreement. The company’s identity and more details of the project would likely be revealed at those meetings. Representatives of the company looking at the former Visteon plant have been in Connersville on numerous occasions, including three times last week. Urban announced in April that a company had an interest in the Visteon plant. That announcement came just a couple of weeks after Carbon Motors cleared out of the building.